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Catching Up

I feel like I haven’t been able to get online much lately.  Besides being busy, I am having some issues with my laptop.  It sounds like my hard driving is failing so I need to figure out what I’m going to do pretty quick.  Meanwhile, I have been trying to back up all my files.  Knock on wood for me.  I hope I can get a new laptop before this one goes kaput.

 

I also need to announce the winner of the Just Rite Curlz Monogram stamp set.   

 

 


And the lucky winner is …….     #17 - Tracy MacDonald

 

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Congrats Tracy!   Email me at shestamps11-blogs(at)yahoo(dot)com with your mailing address and I will get your candy in the mail.

 

I also have a heads up on a great sale.    Do you remember the adorable digital stamps from Wings & Willows?   (You can see my project here.)  Rebecca is having a SUMMER CLEAN OUT SALE! Take 40% off your total order when you use code wandw!   (enter in the coupon code section)   Don’t forget to check out the sale section -- Everything in there right now is just a dollar!     The sale will last until the end of the month.  You can check out the Wings & Willows shop HERE.

 

My daughter and I had a wonderful trip to visit my aunt and uncle in Virginia last weekend.  We spent a lot of time relaxing on Smith Mountain Lake, visited Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, the Roanoke farmers market, and downtown Charlottesville.  

 

catfish

 

This is a picture of my daughter with her big catch.  She caught an 18” catfish off the dock.   After the photo op, she released him back into the lake.  Look at that big smile!

 

Before I go I have a new song to share with you.   I heard this song on Songza.com and it has been going through my head the last couple of days.  It’s a catchy little tune. 

 

 

 

Have a  great day!

Comments

Sandra H said…
Congratulations Trace, Oh wow thats some catch!! x
Wow! That is some catch!! She looks so proud! Glad u had a un time in Va!
Renee said…
That's quite the fish...did she go swimming off the dock after she released it? LOL
Congrats to Tracy on winning your candy!!
Hugs, Renee
Marianne said…
That's some catch! Your daughter has every right to put on that big smile. Great to hear you had a wonderful time. I still need to move all my files from my old laptop to my new one and finally start working on the new one ... Good luck!
Audrey Pettit said…
Great photo of your DD and that huge fish! So glad you guys got to sneak away for a little vacation. Sounds wonderful!
Karin said…
Such a great photo...She'll be talking about it for a long time :) Sounds like you had a great time seeing the sights!

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